Minute from a Minister


11
May 2014

You might think Cairns has big tides, but our king tides of 3 metres or more are quite small compared to that of Derby in Western Australia, where they experience 12 metre tides. It’s quite amazing to watch the turn of the tide in a place like Derby – you can literally watch from their very tall wharfs, the fish come in on the tide and then be dragged out with the tide. The tides over there are very big and powerful indeed. Part of their tourism includes seeing the power of......

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04
May 2014

I’m sure you’ve heard this phrase. But have you also heard the phrase, ‘better late than the late’? That is, it’s better to be late for something than die rushing to get to  it! (Credit for this goes to— at least, this is where I read it— Alexander McCall Smith, author of The No. 1 Ladies Detective Agency series fame. However, an even better phrase would be ‘it’s better to be late’. For God clearly tells us that it is FAR better for those who know him to die – “…to die......

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27
Apr 2014

A Minute from the Minister’s Wife Because….. Now hope does not disappoint, because the love of God has been poured out in our hearts by the Holy Spirit who was given to us. Romans 5:5 I am not alienated, Because You love me. 1 John 3:1 I am not unaided, Because You help me. Psalm 118:7 I am not rejected, Because You are for me. Romans 8:31 I am not isolated, Because You are with me. Isaiah 41:10 I am not neglected, Because You care for me. 1 Peter 5:7 I am not......

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20
Apr 2014

Welcome to our Easter Sunday morning church service. We hope it is a very helpful, meaningful and joyful time for you, as we remember and celebrate Jesus’ resurrection. We also hope that you know in a real and personal way the solid hope for life now (& for eternity) which Jesus’ resurrection can give. This morning, Cameron Wills, our Assistant Minister for Families will be speaking on ‘how to have a good memory’: how to remember the resurrection of Jesus in a way that changes our lives. We all forget things, but......

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